Orlando advanced manufacturing industry

Advanced Manufacturing

From large multi-national corporations like Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas and Siemens Energy to mid-size companies and start-ups, our significant Advanced Manufacturing industry spans a full spectrum of sectors.

Orlando is home to a high volume of tech transfer and commercialization that’s fueled by a top R&D university, specialized research labs/centers and one of the top technology incubation systems and research parks in the country. And with the new BRIDG  Bridging the Innovation Development Gap  getting ready to tackle big issues like the “Internet of Everything,” this is one industry set to skyrocket in the region.

BY THE NUMBERS


FOCUS AREAS

  • Advanced Materials
  • Clean Energy & Power Technology
  • Enabling Components
  • Research & Development (R&D)
  • Emerging Technologies

INDUSTRY LEADERS

  • Amcor PET Packaging
  • Benada Aluminum
  • Dura-Stress
  • FARO Technologies
  • Finfrock Industries
  • Heller Bros. Packing Corp.
  • Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Americas Inc.
  • Nautique
  • Qorvo
  • Qualcomm Atheros
  • Regal Marine Industries
  • Siemens Energy
  • Wheeled Coach Industries
  • WinDoor

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